Ariana DeBose Can Barely Keep It Together While Kate McKinnon Was Singing “ West Side Story ” Songs on “ SNL”

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Ariana DeBose Can Barely Keep It Together While Kate McKinnon Was Singing “ West Side Story ” Songs on “ SNL”

Saturday Night Live show was hosted by Ariana DeBoss last night, and she proved why she is going to be a huge and popular star. She has also been awarded a Golden Globe award for her role in West Side Story, in case ya did not know.

Her monologue was kicked out by Araian DeBoss when she talked about West Side Story and Afro Latin before Kate joined her on the stage for some musical stylings and lyrics.

Singing was started off by them ‘’ Tonight ‘’ from West Side Story. The sound of Ariana was really perfect as the voice of an Angel while Kate was about to go for an amazingly different approach.

Evelina Zaragoza Medina said that this episode has made me shocked and she thought that Arine should host only Oscar herself.

Then both of them were moved to the ‘’ I Feel Party ‘’ and Ariana can barely keep it together in the face of Kate’s antics

For ‘’ Bamboo ‘’ Ariana showed amazing and killer dance steps while Kate was looking on seriously and delightedly. She was looking in such a way that she is admiring her that she is really incredible.

Because of some reasons, Kate cannot follow them. And in her expression, she is explaining ‘’Oh no, they know I dance ‘’ but she doesn’t want to be dancing.

Before wrapping up of reprise of ‘’ Tonight ‘’ they sang pieces of ‘’ something’s coming ‘’ and ‘’ America ‘’.

The show was started very energetically and Ariana’s a lot of talents were displayed in the show throughout the night. But the start of the show is also full of entertainment.

Who Knows?

Ariana is also getting to be awarded by Emmy Award. She is going to place Emmy Award on her shelf along with the Golden Globe Award ( Potential Oscar ).

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